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Atanatari: Of the Three Houses of the Edain by Himring

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Summary:

A collection for stories about the Edain.

Now added: Latecomers (Haladin), Tur Haretha (Haleth/OFC)


Rated: Author Chooses Not to Rate
Characters: Brandir, Finduilas, Haleth, Huor, Húrin, Lalaith, Men, Morwen, Original Character(s), Original Female Character(s), Rían, Sador Labadal, Túrin
Challenges: B2MeM 2015
Genres: Fixed-length Ficlet, General, Poetry, Romance
Warnings: Author Chooses Not to Warn
Challenges:
Series: None
Chapters: 8 Completed: No
Word count: 4970 Read: 4445
Published: June 21, 2014 Updated: July 10, 2016

Story Notes:

For ratings and warnings see individual stories.

 

1. Carved in the Mind by Himring [Comments - 2] (874 words)

In Nargothrond, Turin tells Finduilas, daughter of Orodreth, how, when he was a boy in Dor-lomin, he made friends with Sador, a crippled woodworker. Finduilas tries to share something with Turin in her turn.

Rating: Teens (PG)

Warnings: none.

 

2. A Hard Time for Healing by Himring [Comments - 0] (746 words)

A drabble sequence on Brandir the Lame, healer and later Warden of Brethil, and his family, from the time of the Nirnaeth Arnoediad to the arrival of Turin in Brethil.

Drabbles written for the prompt sequence "Celebrate" at Tolkien Weekly (on LiveJournal), but despite this somewhat dark in parts.

Rating: Teens. Warning for major character death and mature themes.

 

3. Snowballs by Himring [Comments - 1] (277 words)

Winter in Dor-lomin: two episodes in the childhood of Turin Turambar.
The first shows him with his little sister.
In the second, Sador, the cripple Turin befriended, tries to comfort him during the first winter after his sister's loss.

Written for Dreamflower for Fandom Stocking 2014.

Rating: Teens. Warning: reference to canonical character death

4. I shall not look on your white walls again by Himring [Comments - 0] (1754 words)

Trying to settle back into his old life after his return from the hidden city of Gondolin, Huor of Dor-lomin meets his future wife Rian of the House of Beor for the first time.

Also features Hurin and Morwen.

Rating: Teens (no particular warnings, just a touch of mature themes)

Inspired by Robinka's bio recent bio of Huor and dedicated to her.

Also written for a B2MeM prompt that was my own and based on the following quotation:
""[Rian] was a singer and a maker of songs"

 

5. What the Women Told Their Children by Himring [Comments - 1] (101 words)

In the First Age as in the Third Age, mothers passing on the basics to their children.

Rating: Teens. Warnings: reference to canon situations of the darker sort

6. A Poet's Fate by Himring [Comments - 0] (99 words)

Dirhavel's first encounter with the story of the Children of Hurin.
He remains haunted by the story and its telling.

 

Teens, just because of its being CoH, rather than any particular of this piece itself, really.

7. Latecomers by Himring [Comments - 0] (894 words)

The smallest tribe of immigrating Edain, the Haladin, delays before crossing the Blue Mountains into Beleriand and, partly because of that delay, things will go rather differently for them.

Original characters; reference to Beor & Finrod

Rating: somewhere between General and Teens (PG)

 

8. Tur Haretha by Himring [Comments - 0] (225 words)

One of Haleth's female bodyguards visits her grave, the Ladybarrow (Tur Haretha).

Mild femslash (Teens).

Written for Zdenka, for her prompt "I follow" for this pairing